Interfaith Housing Alliance Participant Becomes Homeowner

Anna and Soon
Anna and Soon (1)

New homeowner, Anna Kwon, and her son, Soon, with their new home.

Ausherman Family Foundation supported Interfaith Housing Alliance with a $5,000 Capacity Building Grant to fund technology improvements. Fund are being used to update their website and integrate a new customer relationship management system to more efficiently serve residents.

Interfaith Housing Alliance strengthens communities by providing affordable housing opportunities and supportive services to improve the quality of life and economic stability for seniors, working families and individuals. Many of their services support ALICE families. 

Anna Kwon participated in the Purchase-Repair Homeowner Program with the goal of providing a home for her family. After much hard work and patience, Anna accomplished her dream of becoming a homeowner. This program provides affordable homeownership opportunities to families who otherwise would not qualify for a traditional mortgage. Anna Kwon and her son, Soon, are thrilled to be in their new home!


Capacity Building Grants may be awarded for planning activities, board and leadership development, strategic relationships, internal operations or technology improvements. Letters of Inquiry are accepted December 1 through January 15 and June 1 through July 15. For more information about Capacity Building Grants, click here.

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